Australia’s cricket team is governed by Cricket Australia. This team was got a full member of ICC in 1909. The coming seventh edition of the T20 Cricket World Cup will be hosted by Australia from October to November. In total 16 teams will participate in this T20 event.
However, team Australia won the 65 T20 Cricket matches out of 122 (Feb 2020) and the rest of the match lost and drawn. Currently, this team is holding the 2nd position after Pakistan on the ICC Twenty20 World Ranking with 269 points.
In the past records of ICC Twenty20 World Cup history, they didn’t get champions yet. Till now, their best result on that; in the 3rd edition in 2010, Australia was the runners-up team. On that final match, they lost against England by 7 wickets.
Australia ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Schedule & Fixtures
Team Australia will participate in Super 12 from the Group – A alongside New Zealand, Pakistan & West Indies there. They will play their very first game against Pakistan on 24th October at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney.
Herein we collect the Australia ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Schedule & Fixtures. Check this out!
|19:00||Australia vs Pakistan||Sydney|
|19:00||Australia vs West Indies||Perth Stadium,|
|19:00||Australia vs TBA||Brisbane|
Cricket Ground, Brisbane
|19:00||Australia vs TBA||Adelaide|
|19:00||Australia vs New Zealand||Melbourne|
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Australia ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Team Squad
Recently, team Australia has announced its ICC T20 World Cup team squad. Here we put all the player’s names and played role in the team. If any changes, then we will update it very soon.
- Aaron Finch (c) – Right-handed Batsman
- Sean Abbott – Right-handed – Pace Bowler
- Ashton Agar – Left-handed Spin Bowler
- Alex Carey – Wicket-keeper
- Pat Cummins – Right-handed Pace Bowler
- Mitch Marsh – All-rounder
- Glenn Maxwell – Right-handed Batsman
- Jhye Richardson – Right-handed Pace Bowler
- Kane Richardson – Right-handed Pace Bowler
- Steve Smith – Right-arm leg break
- Mitchell Starc – Left-arm fast blower
- Matthew Wade – Right-arm medium-fast
- David Warner – Left-handed Batsman
- Adam Zampa – Right-arm leg break